Cultural Cooking Day
I killed a chicken. Swift, clean, and (hopefully) painless(ish). Elainey did a fabulous job holding the chicken still. (;
This is said chicken and me before said kill.
Chicken insides – there were eggs that we retrieved from the chicken!
This is my language class! I’m learning Rumanyo/RuKwangali. From left: Mo, Danny, Dana, me and Shirrita (missing Amanda). We’ll all be going to the Kavango region.
Warthog stew! I ate Puumba’s cousin, basically.
Afrikaan bread on braai
History Field Trip to Windhoek
Heroes’ Acre – monument commemorating those who died for Namibia’s freedom
From left: Rachael, Elainey, me, Olivia
A rather graphic depiction of some scenes from the fight for independence
My host cousin and me
Some volunteers at a little house gathering and myself
I’m working with a small business partner in Okahandja, Zelda, and went to visit her catering business to work on operations improvement.
Zelda is a great brai-er (BBQ), and here is one of her helpers working the brai. NOM.
I got a care package! My wonderful friends, Rachel and Lauren, sent this package way before I left so I could receive it soon after I arrived. I do have the very, very best friends. ❤
Love these girlies. Third day in Namibia on our hike up to ‘Pride Rock’.
That’s all for now! Will try to update more soonish!